The most unique expression of Semillon
Hunter Valley is a winegrape growing zone that includes the region of Hunter and the sub-regions of Upper Hunter Valley, Broke Fordwich, and Pokolbin. It is north-west of the New South Wales city of Newcastle and has a warm and humid climate.
The GI is 19,578 km2 in size and has a total of 2,605 hectares of vineyards. The main varieties grown in the region are Shiraz, Semillon, Chardonnay, and Verdelho.
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